Spartan Weekly Roundup May 6-May 12

Extracurricular Activities & Sports

Tonight! (May 7)  Mental Health Matters 2019, CHS Theater, 5-8pm, Free.  Community Resource Fair, Suicide Prevention and Awareness Training (ages 18+), Videos and Student Panel, Stress and Anxiety Presentation.

Climate Solutions Event, Thursday, May 9, 5 pm.  Parents and students, attend this free event, and your student could win $25 gift certificates to local restaurants.

For our Muslim students who are observing Ramadan, Ms. Arning’s classroom (114) will be available during lunch for fellowship with other fasting students.  During Ramadan, you may leave your 5th/6th period classes at 1:15 pm to use the Staff Lounge (room 233) for afternoon prayers.

Dress Code Reminder – Despite the beautiful weather, exposed midriffs and chests are not part of the Spartan dress code.  Please Cover the Core!

Congratulations to our students who represented CHS at the OSAA Solo Music Contest: Annija Sproles, Grayson Merickel (4th place, bass violin), Dylan Cox, Adrian Hsieh (2nd place, cello), Daniel Alvarez, Jacob Thompson, Gabe Jenkins, Avery Hsieh (3rd place, violin), Alex Sims

Prom, May 18, 8:30-11 pm, CH2M Hill Alumni Center at OSU, Tickets $25 in advance/$30 at the door/free for Free or Reduced Lunch, on sale in the Forum during lunch, 5/13-5/17.

Graduate All Night Party, June 7, 11 pm – June 8, 5 am.  Tickets $40.  Buy tickets online or in the main office.  Scholarships available!  Questions?  See Mrs. Neves, CHS Office Manager.

Spring Sports Hotline: 541.766.4912  Call daily and often to hear the latest schedule updates.

CHS clubs and sports offer students the chance to find and define their passions, and to make long-lasting friendships in the process.  Find out more about clubs by going to our Activities and Clubs page.

CHS offers the following spring sports: Baseball, Golf (boys and girls), Softball, Tennis (boys and girls), and Track (boys and girls). For information about any of our Fall, Winter or Spring sports, see our Athletics page.

For non-school sponsored activities such as Cross-Country Skiing, Downhill Skiing, Ultimate, Lacrosse, and Equestrian sports, please contact those coaches directly.

Beyond CHS

Beyond CHS is now on Instagram!  Encourage your students to follow @beyondchs.  They may win a prize!

AP Exams, May 6 – May 17.  (There will be no bells during AP exams.)  AP Exam Schedule

OSU STEM Summer Day Camp registration is open.  Topics include: Coding, iINVENT, Web Design, Engineering, Computer Graphics, Cybersecurity, Biochemistry, Sketch Up, Computational Biology, Drones & Legos, Powered Machines, DNA Biology & Bioinformatics, Lego Robotics, ActivityBots, Math, Wildlife Science, and Raspberry Pi.

College Application Essay Assistance – Seniors can receive help with their college essays through the Writing Center, located in the Tutoring Center in Room 224.  Students can have their essays proofread or edited through the center.

Seniors – Please order transcripts online at the Beyond CHS Transcript Order Form.  Paper transcripts are not needed for the Common and Coalition Applications.  Still have transcript ordering questions? Come to Beyond CHS or see your counselor.

FAFSA is now open to high school students entering 2 and 4-year colleges and universities in Fall 2019. A great source for help completing the FAFSA can be found here: The Parent’s Guide to Filling Out the FAFSA® Form

The ORSAA is open as an alternative to the FAFSA for undocumented Oregon students, including students who have DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) status.  Do NOT complete the ORSAA if you are a U.S. citizen or a legal noncitizen with an Alien Registration number.

The CSS Profile is now open.  It is an online application that collects information used by nearly 400 colleges (mainly private) and scholarship programs to award non-federal aid. (For federal aid you must complete the FAFSA.)  You should submit no later than two weeks before the EARLIEST priority filing date specified by your colleges. Check with the colleges to which you are applying to see if they require the CSS Profile.

Senior Beyond CHS Appointments – 20-minute appointments are available in Beyond CHS. During this voluntary appointment, BCHS staff or a volunteer are available to discuss your plans for after you graduate from CHS, Career Ed requirements, and help you plan for continuing education – from vocational training to 2-year and 4-year college. Please sign up for an appointment in BCHS (Rm 120).


Click here for complete instructions for online course selection and registration for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Independent Study Online Health 2  – Students who wish to take this class over the summer should pick up application forms at the Counseling Center, or in room 203.  Completed forms and the $125 payment are due to the Counseling Center by June 14.

Tutoring Center – The Tutoring Center is open every school day, from 7:30 am until 4 pm. Come to room 224 for help with Math, English, Science, Social Studies, and Spanish. Snacks are provided for students who are signed in and working.

The Tutoring Center now offers a Writing Lab. Tutors are available to assist with pre-writing, drafting, and editing. Writing tutors can help in many areas, including college essays, science lab reports, and more! Weekend online editing is also available by request. Come and see Mrs. Weiler in room 224 for all your writing needs!

Buchanan Entrance Update

Want an easy way to save money?  Turn your car engine off while you wait for your student outside of the school.  By turning your engine off, you’ll save gas, save money, and keep the air a bit cleaner.  Thank you!

We appreciate your use of the 11th street entrance during morning drop off and afternoon pick up.  Although the situation on Buchanan Avenue has improved, there are now drivers who stop in the bike lane there to discharge or retrieve their students. Stopping a car in a bike lane is unsafe and unlawful. Thank you for helping keep CHS and our community safe.

Gracias por dejar o recoger a sus estudiantes de CHS en la entrada de la calle 11 y disminuir así los problemas de seguridad del tráfico en la avenida Buchanan. Aunque ya han disminuido, todavía hay personas que se detienen momentáneamente en el carril de bicicletas para dejar o recoger a sus estudiantes. Detenerse en el carril para bicicletas es inseguro e ilegal. Gracias por ayudar a mantener la seguridad en CHS y en nuestra comunidad.